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Remnants of ALLISON Advisory Number 37
 
Issued 15:00Z Jun 14, 2001
 
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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 37 FOR THE REMAINS OF "ALLISON" 
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
1100 AM EDT THU JUN 14 2001

AT 10 AM EDT...THE SURFACE LOW ASSOCIATED WITH THE REMAINS OF
"ALLISON" WAS LOCATED NEAR 35.1 N 77.7 W...OR 45 MILES NORTH OF WILMINGTON, NORTH
CAROLINA.  THE SYSTEM HAS DRIFTED NORTH AT ABOUT 5 MPH.  THE HIGHEST
WINDS . . . ONSHORE . . . NEAR THE CENTER HAVE BEEN ABOUT 15 MPH. 
OFFSHORE . . . SATELLITE DERIVED WINDS INDICATE THAT THE HIGHEST WINDS ARE NEAR 25
MPH SOUTHEAST OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA COAST.  TODAY THE REMAINS OF
"ALLISON " WILL LINGER OVER EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA. 

A CHECK OF 24-HOUR DOPPLER RADAR RAIN FALL ESTIMATES REVEALS THAT
MOST OF THE SYSTEMS RAINFALL DURING THE DAY IS OVER EASTERN NORTH
CAROLINA. UP TO 4 INCHES HAS FALLEN JUST NORTH OF CAPE LOOKOUT.  

A CHECK OF LOCAL STORM REPORTS SAYS THAT .75 INCH HAIL WAS REPORTED
IN GRAHAM COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA. 

WITH STRONG ONSHORE WINDS AND BUILDING SEAS FORECASTED...BEACH
GOERS HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE DANGEROUS THREAT OF RIP CURRENTS ALONG 
THE CRYSTAL COAST AND OUTER BANKS OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

FLASH FLOOD WATCHES REMAIN IN EFFECT FOR MOST OF EASTERN NORTH
CAROLINA THROUGH THURSDAY AFTERNOON.  AT THIS TIME THERE ARE NO
FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS POSTED.

SELECTED 24 HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS INCLUDE:

SOUTH CAROLINA (THROUGH 8 AM EDT, IN INCHES)

SHAW AIR FORCE BASE...................2.54
ORANGEBURG............................1.30
CHARLESTON............................0.50

NORTH CAROLINA (THROUGH 8 AM EDT, IN INCHES)

BEAUFORT..............................2.59
SOUTHERN PINES........................1.63
FAYETTEVILLE..........................1.06
CHERRY POINT..........................1.37
CAPE HATTERAS.........................1.67
LUMBERTON.............................1.40
NEW BERN..............................1.19
POPE AIR FORCE BASE...................0.82
JACKSONVILLE..........................1.37

GEORGIA (THROUGH 8 AM EDT, IN INCHES)

AUGUSTA...............................1.26


THE NEXT STORM SUMMARY WILL BE ISSUED AT 5 PM EDT.

ZIEGENFELDER /MCELROY/ FORECAST OPERATIONS BRANCH